Here at Reflective Wellbeing we work with our clients, supporting them to address feelings, relationships, behaviours, enabling them to set goals in support of their journey. This journey is a very personal journey and one in which the client needs to feel safe, listened too and supported, which is why we offer you a complimentary Discovery Session to see if we are the right fit for you.
We believe that we are not right for every client and not every client is right for us, so its important to know from the start that this initial Discovery Session, is exactly that its about discovering how we would work together and if that fit works for us both, and that it does not commit you to continuing your journey with us unless you choose to.
At Reflective Wellbeing we are passionate about the work that we do with our clients, and offer an environment of safeness, acceptance and empathy, to help you find your way through difficult times and enabling you to reconnect with your inner self.
We have experience of working with clients whose lives have been impacted upon by trauma, domestic abuse, bereavement, sexual issues along with anxiety, stress, depression, self worth....
We work within in the areas listed below, if what you are looking for help with is not listed here please feel free to contact us.
~ Bereavement ~ Trauma ~ Abuse ~ Dependency ~
~ Increasing Confidence ~ Anxiety ~ Stress ~ Depression ~
~ Low self-esteem ~ Acceptance ~ Weight loss ~ Stop Smoking ~
~ Pain Management ~ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ~ Fibromyalgia ~
~ Children ~ Exam Nerves ~ Phobias and Fears ~
“It is the client who knows what hurts, what directions to go, what problems are crucial, what experiences have been deeply buried”
– CARL ROGERS
Psychotherapy is a broad term used to describe talking therapies, including counselling. Both counsellors and psychotherapists provide a service for those looking for support and treatment for a wide range of mental health and emotional concerns. The possibility that there is a difference between counselling and psychotherapy is debated in the field of mental health.
Some claim that counselling tends to tackle problems at the time of the crises, whereas psychotherapy focuses on longer-term psychological problems. However, this is not always the case.
Whether you choose a counsellor or psychotherapist, the most important thing is that you choose the right individual for you. How you connect with the person you choose can make an impact on how successful the therapy is. It is also helpful to have a little knowledge of the different therapies on offer.
Many different therapies can be used by counsellors and psychotherapists, some involve looking at past relationships and experiences to make sense of them, and others involve looking at the 'here and now'.
Only you can decide whether you wish to try counselling or psychotherapy. Just talking to someone confidentially who is not a friend or family member can make all the difference. Counselling provides a regular time for you to explore your feelings and talk about any problems you're experiencing. A counsellor can help you develop better ways of coping, allowing you to move forward and get the most out of life.
Yes, you can. With the impact of COVID-19 the way in which we traditionally work has changed to grow with the need to reach clients in a different way. Counselling can be provided by platforms such as Zoom, etc. If counselling takes place online then it is important that you feel that you are in safe space, that you cannot be overheard, that you have strategies for self-care and that you feel safe working with the counsellor.